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Argentine ant baiting data
Argentine ants have become a major pest in both agricultural and urban areas across the world. The use of toxic baits has been suggested as a possible method of controlling Argentine ant numbers in these areas. One gel and ...
Distribution and bait preference of the Argentine ant in natural vegetation
Since its introduction in 1898 into South Africa, the Argentine ant, Linepithema humile, has invaded human-occupied areas (i.e. urban and agricultural areas) and natural areas characterised by few, if any, anthropogenic ...
Molecular Ecology of Introduced Species in South Africa: The bud gall-forming wasp Trichilogaster acaciaelongifoliae and the Argentine ant Linepithema humile
Introduced species displace native species and alter ecological communities, affect agriculture as well as human health and are economically costly to eradicate. Long term monitoring of introduced species including the ...